Beautiful White Bathrooms – White Bathroom Ideas 2021
For those who are up to date with the latest interior design trends, a white bathroom may seem like an ultra-safe option. But, an all-white bathroom can communicate cleanliness, luster, and refined simplicity in a way few other designs can. A pragmatic look that generates a feeling of serenity, the white bathroom is a certified classic.
Pearly white subway tiles installed on a wall, a vintage ivory vanity, and pigment-free cabinetry can all make a white bathroom shine and sparkle. Highlighted by tiling, quality furnishings, and metal or wood accents, the white bathrooms have certainly caught the attention of countless homeowners and designers. And, it’s easy to see why. With the right touches, a somewhat drab bathroom can transform into a bright and relaxing spa, perfect for a night soaking in the tub.
And just because it’s white doesn’t have to be boring. There are many creative ways to turn your bathroom into a personal oasis. Install tiles with geometric patterns, a unique pendant light, or an antique pedestal sink to help add texture, dimension and functionality. If you are looking for a more modern look, go for cabinets in high gloss lacquer and pops of soft gray. For those who prefer a more manicured farmhouse style, consider incorporating a vanity into warm wood, flap panels, or a stone or polished wood side table.
Still not convinced? We’ve rounded up 27 spaces to demonstrate the invigorating appeal of an all-white bathroom designed with style and finesse.
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Designer Allison Garcy expertly paired a wooden stool and blue and orange bath accessories with a stunning photograph of a beach via a bird’s eye view.
Double vanities, a freestanding tub, and custom-made mother-of-pearl mosaic floors make this bathroom from SUBU Design Architecture a spa-like oasis.
The farm feels
For this farmhouse bathroom, Houston-based designer Courtney Hill paired black tiles with a steel-framed mirror, a pair of sconces, and a black marble vanity: clean, simple, and efficient!
Classic blue and white
A medicine cabinet fitted with bold, blue and white wallpaper gives this immaculate Duan Curry designed tub an eye-catching pop of color.
A marble top, a wood vanity with gold metal finishes and a matching globe pendant give this modern bathroom luster and luxury. Los Angeles-based designer Kim Lapin added a colorful rug and calming piece of art as a finishing touch.
A sophisticated wooden stool makes a polished contrast to the all-white elements on display in this tub designed by Lori Gilder.
Let there be light
A gorgeous circular window lets in plenty of light into an all-white bathroom accented with dark wood furnishings, chic rugs, and a large, functional rattan basket. Design cabinet Brockschmidt and Coleman add light touches of green with a fern and a vase.
Good things come in small packages
Design firm reDesign home proves that modest-sized bathrooms can still pack a punch. A brown toilet seat and portrait painting lend gravity to the pure white tiles and pedestal sink in this airy open bathroom.
Designer Stefani Stein used a custom flame-blackened wood vanity set with a marble top and gilded brass hardware to counterbalance a crisp, all-white master bathroom.
Designer Janet Patterson bought a navy velvet toilet stool and a speckled blue flower vase to offset the glossy white paneling covering the walls of this master bathroom in an oceanfront Miami cottage.
For a vintage look, Steve + Filip Design Inc. paired a grandiose gold-adorned bathtub with eye-catching black and white tile flooring inlaid with marble. A black side table and gold mirrored towel racks complete the look.
Pure and simple
Using gray wood cabinetry, simple black hardware, and gold and dark wood accents, design company MLK Studio shows that simplicity is best.
Glam, Bam, thank you ma’am
For this majestic Brooklyn Heights apartment, the company designs by human created a cosmopolitan and chic dual-use bathroom and powder room. The plush vanity stool, shiny gold hardware, and black and white tile floor combine to create an elegant getaway, perfect for stepping into glamor.
In designing this kids’ bathroom, firm Leo Designs Chicago used a mossy green vanity, mirror frame, and towel set to accent an all-white bathroom, imbuing serenity and cheerfulness.
A Moroccan touch
For a large powder room surrounded by curved walls, designer Bradley Bayou installed beautiful hand-carved Moroccan tiles that accentuate the funky frame of the mirror and the unique silhouette of the surrounding chairs.
Chicago-based designer Michael Abrams opted for geometric gray and white tiles, metal embellishments, and a marble shower for this sophisticated oceanfront master bathroom.
New York-based designer Tamara Hubinsky proved that an all-white bathroom doesn’t have to be boring by arranging cute and fun adornments on installed wooden shelves.
Designer Mark Culter put up mosaic tile walls and a sculpted limestone frame to transform this bubble bath into a luxurious resort, complete with gorgeous vases and a white orchid.
A tint of orange
For a spotless and functional bathroom with a view of the water, design firm Stokkers + Company accentuated orange hues through a muted wall, bath accessories, and a bouquet of orange tulips.
For this Hudson Street brownstone, the J. Patryce Design company used gray and white mosaic and console sinks, each paired with a steel framed mirror. Soft hues of blue, gray and green along with dignified furnishings imbue a lively modernism.
Designer Nadia Palacios paid homage to the Art Deco style through encompassing calcite marble, an awe-inspiring dramatic mirror, and a matching blue and white soap dish and flower vase.
Charm is in full swing in this tub, thanks to a pretty light pink vanity and pale blue abstract floral wallpaper. Designer Jennifer Barron sealed the deal with a pair of light fixtures adorned with steel arches.
For this English country house, designer Sarah Dippold opted for warm wood vanities, a chic chandelier and herringbone tiles to imbue a sense of sophistication and style.
Matching hardwood floors and side table are the perfect complement to the beautifully textured concrete walls and tub of this serene Japanese-inspired tub from design firm Michael Del Piero Good Design.
Portraits and historical illustrations in black and gold frames line the walls of this Georgian master bathroom by designer Amy Morris of Atlanta.
In the lap of luxury
A mosaic tile and tall chandelier provide plenty of glitz and glamor in this English country-style master bathroom designed by Atlanta-based company Harrison Design.
Cross the Cross
To create dimension in this serene bathroom, Miami-based company Dunagan Diverio Design Group used a textured wall in neutral tones and a complementary bench with an inlaid trellis pattern.
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